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Everett water utility addressing supply chain shortages

EVERETT, WA – Supplies of sodium hypochlorite (chlorine), a chemical used in treating drinking water, are temporarily being impacted by an equipment failure at a manufacturing plant in Longview, Wash. Everett Water Utility has chlorine reserves and expects to maintain normal operations. Everett’s drinking water continues to be safe to drink and use normally, and they have ample supply for the rest of the year.
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Everett’s July Fourth celebration is back

EVERETT, Wash. – Community members are invited to celebrate July Fourth with the City of Everett. The celebration begins at Legion Memorial Park at 3 p.m. and fireworks begin at 10 p.m. “We have much to celebrate and be thankful for this July Fourth,” said Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin. “Though...
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Road closure alert: Maple Heights Bridge

To improve drivability and reduce traffic noise, the City’s contractor will perform additional work on the Maple Heights bridge beginning Tuesday, June 15. The work will require a single-lane closure on Mukilteo Blvd. for approximately three weeks, weather depending. Temporary automated traffic signals will be in place on each side of the bridge to facilitate alternating one-way traffic control. Expect delays through the construction area.
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Road closure alert: Right lane of northbound 19th Avenue SE at 12600 block

Late Wednesday, June 9, the City’s sewer/drainage maintenance team responded to reports of a hole that formed in the bike lane on the 12600 block of 19th Avenue SE, also known as SR 527 or Bothell-Everett Highway, within the City of Everett. After responding to the site, crews observed a void under the sidewalk and bike lane around the hole. City staff immediately set up temporary traffic control for safety. They have since closed the northbound outside lane out of caution and placed a temporary covering over the hole in the bike lane, leaving one northbound lane open at this location. The right lane will remain closed to limit the loads running adjacent to the hole until a repair can be completed.
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Everett Police take over SCSO shooting investigation

Arlington, WA – Everett Police major crime detectives have assumed the ongoing investigation in a fatal shooting of an Arlington man by a homeowner. Early on the morning of June 5th Snohomish County Sheriff Deputies responded to the 19800 block of 106th Ave NE after reports of an attempted break in and a shooting. When deputies arrived on scene, they contacted the homeowner and a 19-year-old male who had been shot twice. The male was transported to the hospital for medical treatment but did not survive.
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Garfield Park path repaving project begins June 7

Repaving work on the path system at Garfield Park is scheduled to begin Monday, June 7 which will limit the use of the paths for park-goers. The repaving project includes cleaning and grinding existing pavement, constructing a roundabout and then repaving. The contractor is responsible for protecting the public during the work. Pending good weather, the work is expected to take a couple of weeks to complete. For questions, please contact Cory Rettenmier at 425-257-7314 or CRettenmier@everettwa.gov.
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Draft Housing Action Plan Issued for Review

The draft Housing Action Plan is a set of short- and long-term recommended strategies to address the community's growing housing needs and challenges. The Rethink Housing Action Plan Committee will be considering a recommendation to the Mayor and City Council at the June 3rd meeting. Please check out more information at the Rethink Housing Get Involved webpage for more information. Staff Contact Rebecca McCrary at ramccrary@everettwa.gov or 425.257.7133.
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Everett Police passes on-site reaccreditation visit

EVERETT, WA – On Tuesday after a unanimous vote by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) Executive Board the Everett Police Department was officially recertified as a WASPC accredited agency for another four years. Over the past several months, outside assessors completed a virtual review and an on-site inspection of Everett Police files, operations and practices, culminating in yesterday’s re-accreditation vote by the Board.